Manchester street food collective, Guerrilla Eats, will be popping up on King Street on Saturday 25th May for a one day festival of street food and craft beer. 

King Street

King Street will be taken over by a street food and beer festival this May Bank Holiday weekend

The one day event will see ten independent food retailers set up shop from 12 noon – 9pm, selling a variety of hot and cold food. Traders set to take part include the Fire & Salt BBQ Co., Tea & Crumpet Emporium and Pancake Corner. There will be hotdogs from Dirty Dogs, gourmet burgers courtesy of Barnhouse Bistro, Chaat Cart selling Indian street food, wood fired pizzas from Streatza and Chorlton’s Free Shake Co. who will be selling innovative, dairy-free milkshakes. All traders will be using locally sourced and mostly organic food to create delicious home-cooked meals. A much needed re-introduction and lesson to Manchester's existing street food, Guerrilla Eats are here to banish any misconceptions!

Gingers Comfort

Ten stalls will be selling a variety of hot and cold food from 12 noon – 9pm

To help wash down all that lovely food, there'll also be a craft beer tent serving up a tempting range of traders' favourite beers from all over the world and making a nice alternative to the usual bars in Manchester.

We can't wait to head down and sample some of Guerrilla Eats' culinary delights - hopefully you'll be joining us there too. The only downfall is that the event only lasts for one day, so it begs the question... what are we going to eat the next day?